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Joycie (Grandstaff) Peer Wilkins and Mary (Webster) Ryman

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Title

Joycie (Grandstaff) Peer Wilkins and Mary (Webster) Ryman

Subject

Wilkins, Joycie Grandstaff Peer (1928-1996)
Ryman, Mary Webster (1927 - )

Description

Photograph of Joycie (Grandstaff) Peer Wilkins, with her arms folded, beside Mary (Webster) Ryman.

Joycie was the daughter of James Booten and Mildred (Cook) Grandstaff. She grew up with at least four siblings.

She married Roy Lee Peer (1921-1971), the son of Marion Franklin and Betty (Wymer) Peer.

In the 1950 census, Joycie and Roy lived on Route 11 in the Stonewall District of Shenandoah County where Roy worked as a truck driver for a retail machine company and Joycie raised their two sons, Gerald Odell and Dennis Lee Peer.

A few years after her husband died, in 1976, Joycie married Paul William Wilkins (1910-1995). He was the son of William Isaac and Esta Holler Wilkins. Joycie and Paul lived in Woodstock.

Mary Anna Webster was born in Zepp to Floyd Carson and Valley Maude (Plauger) Webster, a farming couple. Mary had at least six siblings growing up.

She married Ernest Calvin Ryman (1924-1999) in February 1946 in Woodstock. He was in the U.S. Army at the time. His parents were Otis L. and Mary Sue (Tewalt) Ryman, from Woodstock.

In the 1950 census, Mary and Ernest lived and farmed in the Johnston District of the county. They had two young children, Floyd C. and Mary J.

Creator

Morrison Studio

Source

Morrison Studio Collection - Shenandoah County Historical Society

Publisher

Shenandoah County Library

Date

ca 1941-45

Contributor

ID form was unsigned. Biographical information was compiled from public records.

Rights

IN COPYRIGHT - NON-COMMERCIAL USE PERMITTED

Identifier

002591

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Glass Negatives

Citation

Morrison Studio, “Joycie (Grandstaff) Peer Wilkins and Mary (Webster) Ryman,” Shenandoah County Library Archives, accessed May 28, 2024, https://archives.countylib.org/items/show/27756.

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